Aina

Aina is a female given name in various cultures and therefore has various meanings depending on its origin: in Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, Aina is a variant of Aino meaning "the only one", though aina is also a Finnish adverb meaning "always". In the Finnish epic Kalevala, it's the name of a girl who drowns herself when …

Nurasyl

Nurasyl is a Kazakh male name meaning "noble light" which derives from an Arabic origin. Origin: Arabic  

Akim

Akim is a Russian male name, the Russian form of Joachim, a male name which is a contracted form of either Jehoiachin meaning “established by Yahweh”, or Jehoiakim meaning “raised by Yahweh”. Akim is also a Kazakh word meaning "mayor" or "governor, ruler" which seems to be derived from Arabic hakim حَاكِم (judge, ruler). Origin: Hebrew, Arabic Variants: Yakim (Russian) …

Ruslan

Ruslan is a shortened form of Yeruslan, a Slavic male name which comes from Tatar Uruslan which could be derved from Turkish arslan, aslan meaning "lion". Yeruslan Lazarevich is the name of a Russian folk hero who seems to have been influenced by the Persian hero Rostem. Origin: Turkish Variants: Yeruslan (Russian) Uruslan (Tatar) Eruslan (Russian) Jeruslan (German)   Female forms: Ruslana …

Anara

Anara is a Kazakh and Krygyz female name meaning "pomegranate". The name may be derived from a Persian source, anâr, which means pomegranate in Persian. Origin: Persian